About this listing
We are offering two rooms (1 double, 1 kingsize) bed and breakfast in our lovely, fully furnished 4 bedroom terraced house in Glasgow's South side, situated in the town of Giffnock, a 15/20 minute drive/train journey from Glasgow city centre. Giffnock train station is a 5 minute walk away and offers routes to and from Central Station, where links can be made to the Scoutston venue as well as the other games venues. There is a newsagent on the doorstep as well as a large supermarket within a 5/10 minute walk or short drive from the property.
The accommodation comprises of a pleasant reception hall, large and cosy living room with a Sky television set (including sports and movies), 2 spacious double bedrooms with wardrobe/drawer space and a sizeable 4 piece bathroom. We (a brother and sister who will be living in the house during the games) will provide guests with clean towels and sheets, as well as keeping the rooms clean and tidy during your stay. We are also offering a cooked breakfast each morning of your stay included in the price, which we will cater to your individual dietary needs/ requests and provide at a time of your choosing.
The kitchen is available for use during your stay and comprises of an electric oven, stove, microwave, kettle, fridge/freezer.
We are more than happy to rent the room to four people or two separate couples, for a minimum stay of two nights. The rooms are available from the 23rd July until the 2nd of August, the full duration of the games. The price per room is £170 a night bed and breakfast. Prices for longer stays or for the full duration are negotiable; just email me for more information.
Things to do nearby
We are born and bred Glaswegians who would be happy to offer you any travel advice you may need as well as ideas on places to eat and visit during your time in Glasgow. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any queries during your stay, we would be happy to help!
Female from United Kingdom
Hey, my name is Megan and I'll be your breakfast chef/cleaner for the duration of the games, alongside my brother Ewan who is 25 and a teacher. We're renting our family home as we think it will be a great way to give guests the true Glaswegian experience! If guests need some linguistic help we speak English, conversational French and a little Arabic. My brother's girlfriend is also fluent in Spanish and would be more than willing to help you out. Please don't hesitate to ask for directions/advice; we're happy to give it!
2 Rooms Bed & Breakfast in Glasgow